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[FROM ANOTHER CORRESPONDENT.] [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

. - rilOJI ANOTHER CORRESrOITDENT.'J Tho attendance at the Exhibition to-day did not- reach 4000. — Tho entries for stud cattlo closo on tho 8th instant. Tho Kennedy brothers wero attacked by blacks while 'driving a mob of horses from Johnson Bivor, Cardwell (Queensland). Thoy stole tho pack-horse, clothes, provisions, speared one -'-horse, and 'struck ono of the Kennedy's witlva olub. Cavill, a minor, was seriously injured by a fall of coal at the Bulli Colliery yesterday. Good yields aro boing obtained from crushing at Barangton gold-fields. The Melbourne Cup race was dono in the shortest time on record. 100,000 jiorsons woro. present. It is expected that tho cabmen's strike will terminate to-day. A robbery of 250 tickets lus takon placo at the Exbibiton, for which several lads aro arrested. . ? . t The tender of Jas. ; Mulloy for tho convoyanco of tho mail from Nowra to Barrier, 3 timos a a week, is accepted at £23 per annum. In the Assembly, yesterday, 28 questions were answered...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS. The Kelly Outlaws. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

' IMlSCBfljJLA]¥JE3«US. The Iiclly Outlaws. . . Intelligence was received by tho Kynoton police on Monday night (says tho 'ICyneton Guardian) warning them from head-quarters of ; tho probability of tlio Kelly gang paying tho district an unexpected visit; and, although an attempt wns'made to koop the matter quiet, it soonvbecamo generally rumoured that tho out laws wore oxpected to pay the banks a visit at any momont. Few, however, placed : any reli anco upon tho statomonts that woro made, owing to the frequency- with which such rumours havo been -circulated in tho district to the ultimate disappointment of the public ; : but it soon became evident from the activity, of tho police that some information- had boon recoivod which mado it . - appear/ probable-1 that-: the gang would make ICyneton their, next placo of call. Tho police woro ..at ono placed under ; arms, and when the banks had been warned- to bo on tho alort, instructions .'woro forwarded to officers around the district to ...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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POETRY. PEACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

P © E T K V. . \ 'I - ' P E A cV Where, 0 whoro Vi Hath gontlo Peace fouua) rest ? Builds she in bowor of lady fair ? — ' But Love — lie hath possession there ; * Not long is she theimest. Sits she crowned ^ Bonoath a pictured dome ? But there Ambition keobB his ground ? And Fear and Envy skulk around — ' . This cannot be her home. Will sho hide ? i' In scholar's pensive cell ? But ho already hath his bride: Him Melancholy sits beside— With hor sho miijj, not dwell. Now and thon \ \ Pence, wandering, lays her Head ?On regal coucli, in captive's den But nowhore finds sho rost with men, , Or only with the dead. . LINES TO ? Hast thou forgotten the lovo I once proffered, And tho heart that exists but for thee ? The pang far tho keonest that mortal can suffer, That torture your silence is causing to mo. Oh, how I havo straggled in vain for oblivion, And tried hard thy form from memory to tare ! And yet if I search my heart's inmost chamber, Still loved as of old will thy image he there....

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DISTRICT NEWS. Broughton Creek. POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31. (Before Messrs. W. Stewart, J. Wilson, G. Tate, and J. Boxsell. Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

HMS'jmSOT ®EWS. [rRoir ouaicointEsroxDESTs.] HSroiigtitoii Crceli. POLICE COUBT. Friday, Octodek 31. (Boforo Messrs. A V. Stowart, J. AVilson, G. Tate, and J. Boxsoll. ,'Js.lM AYilliam Yidlor, for allowing cattloto stray on tho public road, on the 20th and 21st ultimo, was fined for each pffonco 5s and 4s-l0d costs. Tlio weather at pi-esout is all that con bo desired, though during tho past wook wo experienced some stormy weather. , Fanners aro making great progress with the ploughing, and - in some instances tho corn planting has been commenced. On the evening of tho 30tli October a lecturo was delivered in tho Public school-room hore by Mr. AV. AVebb, of Kiama, tbe subject being ' Odd Followslii]).' Mr. A. Snowdort [iresided. Tho attendance was vory small, owingto several othor attractive meetings taking plaeo in the district tho samo ovoning. At tho conclusion of tho locturo. it ' was decided that the necessary stops be takon for tlio formatiori of a brauch society of tlio Indepe...

Publication Title: Telegraph And Shoalhaven Advertiser, The
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Shoalhaven District Court. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3. (BEFORE his Honor Judge M'Farland.) [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Slionlliavcn Itistriet Court. Monday, November 3. . (Before his Honor Judgo M'Farland.) His Honor took his seat precisoly at 10 a.m. and Messrs. J. Thompson, B. Brown, H. G. Morton, John Monaghan, Z. G. Bico, and Jas. Wilson, Js.P., occupied seats on tho Bench. : Tho logal profession was represented by.Mr. Waltor II. Cooper and Mr. O'Mara, Barristers, of Svdnev, and bv Mr. T. M. Bichards and.Mr. Mr. W. 0. King, Attorneys, of Shoalhavon and Kiama. Aftor tho jury summoned had rosponded to tho roll call, his Honor said he would, according to custom, proceed with tho undefended casos first ; but on tho application of Mr. Bichards, tho J udgo consented to make an exception in favour of Mr. Alfred Elyard's case; as that gentleman, who was vory ill, and present at Court, desired to leave. ? Alfred Elyard v. Joseph Forsyth. ? ' Breaoh of contract, dainagos, £100. Mr. Bichards for plaintiff, and Mi-. King for dofendant. Mr. King intimated that his cliont had con sented t^ji verdict for plain...

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Yalwal. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Yalwal. Tins placo sooms to havo gono a stop down tho hill,- of lato, as thoro is vory littlo Jdoing horo at presont, and a number of mon lol't during last weok — not bocauso tho claims aro not payable, but bocauso tho shareholders do not fool inclined to risk a fow pounds to dovolop tho reefs. A fow dava ni-'O thorn wno n onimiln r-F roughly tried, and found to contain nearly 1 gr. of gold to 1 lb woiglit of tailings. This will givo you an idea of tho moohinory thoro is horo for saving gold. Any porson coming horo that thoroughly understands tbe treatmont of tail ings, would havo about throo or four timos as much gold as thoro is saved now undor tho pre sent system.

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Cambewarra. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 6 November 1879

Camltewarra. TVb have beon honoured with a visit from thef . far-famed Pastor Chiniquy, who lectured in tlio. School; of Arts on Thursday ovoning, on tlio subject, 'AVhy I loft tbe Church of Bomo.' On the wholo I cannot say that I was favourably impressed with either tho lecture or mode of delivery; and to make tho mattor still worso, I tmiiK more was tar too mucii auxietj' displayed ? 'in: the sale of his books, to bo consistent eitlior ?-vith the chamctbr undor which tho locturo appears, or with the object of his mission, which is_ in a groat measure, if I understood him aright, a dosiro on his part to point out toBoman Catholics of this colony tho error of tlio roligious systom to which thoy b'olong. Thoro -is a movement on foot to obtain a branch post-offico somo four miles west of tho pi-osent post-office in Cambowarra; and, liko ovory other moyoment that is mado in this ple'a i sant littlo locality, wo cannot, agree as to whoro [ that post^offieo is to bo established. Tho cons...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

A Life-Sustaining Cordiai..— If all tho statements published by notrum-inongors woro truo, man would bo immortal; for it.would bo impossible for tho sick to die. Tho fact, how ovor, is that the bost that can bo done for invalds is to assist naturo in its conflicts with disease. It is only by reinforcing tho system whonweakoned by sickness, and by fortifying it in advance against tho causos of dis easo, that bodily aibnonts can bo chocked and prevented. Tho timo-honoured Helvotian Tonic and rostorativo known as ' Dow of tho Alps' (Rosoo dos Alpes), has fulfilled thoso objocts in Switzerland for inoro than four hundred yoars. It is tho natural remedy of the Swiss for dobility, indigostion and all ner vous disorders. ' Tlioro is vitality in any drop of it,' says an ominont physician. AVo con gratulate Australia that this spoorloss prepara tion is now procurable in our markot, having been introduced by Messrs. M. Moss and Oo. — Adv.

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Wollongong Butter for England. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

Wollongong Butter for Eng land. AVe aro happy to learn that our energetic townsman, Mr. John Big'gar, is forwarding a small test consignment of buttor to England by tlio steamer Chimborazo, which leaves Sydney to-day. Mr. Biggar has had about fifty pounds of butter prepared ly one of our dairy farmers, and hermetically' soldered, in two tins made expresslj^fpr tlio purpose.' These tins are then packed in a woodeh caso in the samo as kerosene usually is mado up. Oa being taken on board tlie Chimborazo, ? the case was placed 'in the ice-house with which that vessel is furnished, and in that position it will be kept until landed in Lon don. As each of the Orient line of steamers, of which the Chimborazo is one), has an ice house, Mr. Biggar intends to send a similar case of butter by them every month for some1 timo to come, in order to fully test that mode of shipment of tlie London market for Ilia-, warm butter. Hopes are held out to Mr Biggar by tho gentleman acting for him in Sydney...

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MISCELLANEOUS. A Central Butter Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

., MISCELLANEOUS. ' A Central Butter Market. A meeting of dologates from tho principal Dairy districts of tho colony was held in tho pavilion of tho Kiama Agricultural Association on AVednosday, tho otli instant, to consider tho advisablonoss of having established, in Sydnoy, a contral butter mift'kot, with a cold storo attached, and to suggest plans by which tho trado mierht bo placed upon a hotter basis than that which it at present occupies. Tho move ment was tho result of invitations forwarded by the Kiama Agricultural Association to sovoral agricultural societies. Kiama was represented by Mossrs. D. L. Dymoclc, Jamos Colloy Robert Millor, II. Fredericks, and AV. James ; AVollongong, by Mossrs. G. M'Plmil, John Lindsay, and E. R Evans; Shoalhavon, by Messrs. Lewis M'Intyro, James Monaghan, AVilliam Noakes, and AV. Konnedy ; Burrawang and AVest Camdon, by Mossrs. John Hanrahan, Thomas Seory, A. H. Dunnicliffo, Matthow Gay, and J. R. Battye. Ulladulla, although tho delegates woro ...

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Recall of the Agent-General. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

Recall of tlie Agent-Greneral. When the announcement was first made public that Mr. AVilliam Eorstor had been recalled, and recalled through the instru mentality of Sir Henry Parkos, public opinion at once rushed to tho conclusion that an old and subtle enemy had at last found a means of gratifying his revengeful passions. Being in darkness as to tho real merits of tho case, it -was-a— very— natural-eenolnsion. The first hint the public received as to the side on which strict legal right lay was from Mr. Forster's exceedingly injudicious letter which was publisliod a fortnight ago in tho Evening News. Tho whole' truth thon came- out as plain as a piko-staff. Mr. Forster, as : .a Government servant, had been , playing Mr. Forster as Opposition member. Tlio publication of the entire correspondence only served to confirm our suspicions. For getting that his old onomy now had him on tlie hip, he failed to keep down that imprac ticable cynical side of his nature, and has thereby lost his...

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English Immigration, and American Meat. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

English Emigration, aud American Meat. A coiutEsroxDENT, writing from Liverpool (England), to tho Evening JVhws, says : — I am of opinion that thousands of farmors, with a capital of £500 to £5000, could bo got here within 12 months from Australia (Now South AVales) if you would got a short act of Parliament passod toi givo .everyone who pays liis own passago out to Now South AArales 20 acres of land; the freo ktlo to which not to bo issued bjr tho Government till threo years after arrival, and only thon if ho had cleared and cultivated the land, &c., in the. samo way as the free selectors are compolled to do. Tho result would bo a community of farmers congregated together where thoy could get 10,000 or .20,000 acres .of land, and iu two years' time you would bo export ing wheat from Sydney in placo of buying from Adelaide. ' This can bo easily done with regularly hard-working men, and you know our country is famous for that; and I am very desirous of seeing, things in N.SlA...

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Commercial Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] Sydney, Wednesday 5 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

Commercial IntclSigcncc. [BY ELECTRIC TELEORArn.] Sydney,- Wednesday, 5 p.m. Tho lireadstuffs market is unchanged. Old lucerne is quoted up to £3 15s. Now hay con tinues to range from £3 10s ; £7 is demanded for primo samples of Singleton oaten liny, , and transactions havo takon plaeo at £0. ' Maizo is plentiful and dull of sale at from 2s 3d to 2s 6d per bushel. Hunter River potatoes uiovo slug gishly at from £0 to £7 ; Goolpng, from £o 10s to £6 5s. Onions aro very scarcc, arid quoted from £27 to £29 per ton. Butter is worth 5d to 6d per lb ; bacon; 4d to Gel ; cheoso -Id to 7d ; beoswax, uiltoSd; honey, 2d to 3d; fowls, 3s Gd to 0s por pair; ducks, 5s Od to 0s; geese, 6s to 7s; turkoys, 1-ls; oggs, 9d to lOd per dozen ; pigs (alivo), 2Ad to 3d por lb ; calvos, from 'os upwards; sucking pigs, 2s Od to Os each; calfskins, 5d to Gd:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

Tiie Atari wlio Yonds or Imports.— As many do, an imitation or countarfoit of a populai medicinal cordial drunk by thousands, knowing wliat ho vonds or imports to ho a pornicious articlo, dosorvos summary punishment; Bowaro of so-callod tonics nnd dinrotics roeommondod as bettor- than or tho samo as Udolplio AVolfo's Soliiodam Aromatic .' Schnapps, and purchase nono hut tho gonnino preparation.— Auv. Holloway's .'Ointment and Pills. — Tho finest reinodios in tlio 'world for had, logs, old wounds, 'soros, and ulcors. If 'usod according . to dirootio'ns givon -with thom,. thoro is no wound, had log ' or ulcorous soro, however obstinate or long standing; but will yiold to their lioaling and oiirativo proportios. Numliors of porsons wild havo been pationts in sovoiulof the largo hospitals undor tho-caro of ominent surgeons, ?without deriving tlio ' slightest benefit, havo booh' thoroughly cured by..Hollow*ay's Ointmont and -Pills. .''Por glandular swelling,' tumours, scurvoy, and disoas...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

SiOCAE. SJKTTJSSiSilGS-IiJjyCja. A notice in anothor calumn announces Mr. Wilmot's arrival at Nowra. , Postal, etc. — Tho telegraph and postal business at Nowra has beon .shifted to tho promises on tlio opposite : side of tho streot, in t:ia ,; samo locality, ior purpose of increased accommodation through the rapidly - increasing amount of business no doubt.': .-Pjiotogkai'Iiy.— In our advertising columns our readers may see an announcomont by. our fn end, Mr. S. Flodin, now of Sydney, lato o£ Kiu»a, stating that ho has commonced tlio practice of his profession as an artist photograpor at Torrara; ??:. Mr. Flodin ; is vory .isuccosslul - m photographing, and wo trust ho will -.bo: liberally: patronised. : - - . . Correction (?).— Mr. Joseph Forsyth, junr., requests us to stato that tho .pro/ noto caso in which ho was concerned at. last District Court, should read in tho first lino '£20 17s Gd,' instead of ' £30.' And also that in our issue of the 27th May last; an. error occurred wi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

^TTANTUD,- a/B^SL or a young MAN', tc^ ; ^ Y ' ' rido tht/ffliair betwoen Nowra and Bniidwood. Apii^' uttEe ?- oflico of this papor :boforo;tho 21st.ins'taiit. : Frcyyteiiaii, rHlHB Bov. W. i/lANT, M.A., will (D.V.) J. . conduct Divilo Sorvico at tho Union Church, TomoronA on next SABBATH AFTERNOON,' at sl.m. Mumiclpal BSistrSct of Nowra. N0TI013 Tty^EPATJLTEES. '1VTOTI0.B is'horaft^giyon that oil arrears of .Bates on iji^orticBln tho abovemeutionod Munioijmlity, niff settlod by tho lltli DliCliM BUR, will bo Ttyovored by logal process With out respect of wrkms or furthor notico. / M. MA11B ACIC, . Council CJlbrk. - Council Chambers, Nowra, lltli Novomhor, 1879. Kluniciiml Ilistrivt of ISroagUton y Oroelt nnd StoiitutK'i'ry. y i/ipENDEBS will bo/rocoived .by this Council i ;.lL ., till S'ATUBpjlftf, tho 22nd instant, at NOON, for tlio Moving Works, viz. : — For logging 1A ctynniofrpad, removing 40 panel of foncing,/nd forming 5 chains (moro or less) at Hiim-y Coinorl'ord's, son. (Bo...

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Nowra Municipal Council. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

Kowra Municipal Council. - Tuesday, Novemubb 11. The Council met in tlio usual placoat7 p.m. Prosont — Tlio Mayor, and Aldermen Elyard, Grey, and Monaghan. — Tho minutes of tho pre vious meeting wore road and confirmed.— Tho Council then wont into Coinmitteo of Finance', and roconimbnded payinont of undormoutionod accounts S. -C. Brown, £1 Is; G. Oko, balance of foricinc;- Common, £45 17s Gd ; 'Jas. Kelly, work on Recreation -Rosorvo,- £4 10s; J. Hardinan, £9 12s Gd ; F. Sidney,' day labour, £8 10s Gd; T. Duff, do, £6' Gs; M. Rohardt, £1 14s Gd; Council Clork, £7 10s; Inspootor(?) of By-laws, £3 los; -H. . Abbott, . bnlanco of foncing, £20.. Totid, £G5 17s Gd.— Tho Mayor reported 'that whilst on a rocont . visit to tho metropolis lio ? had called at tho- Works Dopartmont, in l-oforonco . to tho dolay in cqmmouoing the construction of' tho ,wharf at Nowra. Ho was thon informed that tho mattor had boon roforrod to th« Depart ment of Harbours and Rivers. ..:Whon lio inquired, . he foun...

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Insolvency. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

Insolvency. The adjourned meeting of creditors for proof of debts in tho insolvent estate of P. Kelly, of Numba, fanner, was held beforo tho District ' Commissioner, AV. Lovegrove, Esq., at tho Court Houso, Nowra, at 11 a.m. on Thursday last. Insolvent's Schedule is as follows : — Liabilities.— Jas. Pitzgerald, £227 10s ; Mark AValkor, £GS 10s od, interest, ±3 13s 4d ; oxecu tors of tho late M. Hyam, £43; M' Arthur & Co., £36; August. Linkenbagh, £14 3s Gd ; J. ? Green, £10 10s; H. Moss, £14 14s Gd; AY. Hammick, £3 os; Sing AVar & Co., £20 15s; John Holland, £14; A. Hyam, £1; John Melliday, £3 17s Gd; Henry Hall, £4 ; Henry 'Weigand, £2 lGs Id; T. Hood, £6; E. Pooloy, £30 ; R. Russoll, £1 4s ; M'Donald & Co., £19 ; AV.' Scott, £4 ; D. O'Keefe, .£10; L. Jullian. £82; D'. Berry (ront),; £13 10s. Total,' £408, of which £227 10s; was secured by mortgage; assots, by valuo of cart and harness and furni turo, £40 ; deficiency, £368. Tho creditors whose debts wero pr...

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Spring Show of the Shoalhaven A. and H. Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

Sjiring Show of the Slumlhavea -A.' aud fltt. Association. WHAT i3 designated as tho Spring Show of the ahovementioned Association, was held at ' tho Society's Rooms, Terrava, on the 10th instant (Princo of Wales' Birthday). About four hun dred persons attended during the day. ; The principal exhibitors in flowers wore Mr. ' John Smith (Violot Bank, Nowra), Mrs. E. do Mestre (Torrara Estate), Mrs. John M'Arthiir, Mrs. AV. Kennedy, and Mr. Bullen, of Kiama, oxnioitea ,a meritorious ooquot or gjadious. Through tho unusual demand Aipon our spaco wo refrain from the usual notico, and pass tlio athlotic portion ot' tho day's': programme, as in oiir 'opinion altogether unfit for introduction in a gathering where our lady friends aro expected to attend, unless there bq soino restriction its to outfit and character of persons admitted. Wo arc further of opinion that tho encouragement of such is not within the legitimate functions of the Society. v . 'Tho following is an account of tho -awar...

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POETRY. The Return. [Newspaper Article] — The Telegraph and Shoalhaven Advertiser — 13 November 1879

POETRY. I Tlie Return. ? At longth beneath tho roof we rest, That sheltered us whon life was young, - _ In this old window, toward tho west, ' ?'Whero oft in twilight's glow wo sung : Still bright's tho mountain's stary rim, Still fresh tlio treos around tho door ; But whoro aro thoy — tho lost, tho dim, Whose forms shall light it nevormoro ? Ah, mo ! how many an afternoon Along you ivied lano wo went, The low wind blowing from tho moon, a Tho dead loaves breathing wintry scent ; w»Tho ruin gloomed tho holy ground, » Tho fields woro full of fading light, Tho boat of barrack drum around The dead red west rolled with tho night. Bemomberost thou old summfraimo, AVhon, tho long studious da^s boing o'er, Entranced wo sato in talk sublimo Drawn from somo gloried pago of yore f Rich fancies, thumbs abstruse, old songs Prom varied lips wero hoard to riso — Ah ! whore aro thoso old spirit throngs, Long passed through yonder crimson skies Perchance with silont eyes to-night Thoy gaze upon us ...

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